Research seminars are presented by current staff, higher degree by research candidates and visiting academics. 

The seminar series showcases the work of our higher degree by research candidates and provides valuable professional development opportunities for undergraduate and coursework students who are interested in research. Visiting scholars are regularly invited to address staff and students, and the seminars are open to the public. 

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David Rowland – writing abstracts workshop

26 June 2024 4:00pm5:00pm
Join David Rowland's workshop on abstract writing, tailored for School of Music HDRs, perfect for upcoming Research Symposium presentations.

Johanna Davie – PhD progress review

19 June 2024 12:00pm
PhD candidate Johanna Davie's thesis explores the impact of DIY recording on female singer-songwriters' creative practice and musical identity.

Helena Burns

19 February 2024 11:00am12:00pm
Helena's 2-year research at UQ School of Music delves into contemporary viola vibrato, aiming to inspire others in their practice.

Hannah Harley Progress Review presentation

31 May 2023 1:00pm
Attention Distribution in String Quartet Performance: The Impact of Quartet Expertise

Marike van Dijk Progress Review presentation

26 April 2023 12:30pm
Big band of the Future? Applying techniques of the New York School of composers to large jazz ensemble

Taana Rose Progress Review presentation

30 March 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
Creating opera utilising augmented reality and virtual reality technologies

Li Chen Progress Review presentation

28 March 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
The "Chinese Essence" embedded in Chinese and Western Piano Music

Conference as ceremony: Embracing an Indigenist approach in music education research

23 February 2023 12:00pm2:00pm
Dr Anita Prest will present a guest lecture on decolonising and Indigenising curriculums in music education

Sarah Maher Progress Review presentation

14 February 2023 12:00pm
Finding a flexible future: A multiple case study exploration of perceptions and experiences of multi-genre and multi-disciplinary undergraduate voice performance programs in Australia.